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, JULY .15,1903 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Lakers Drop 2-1 Decision fiailwirt, Mo. edged tire Alton Lakers Sunday in an exhibition game at WaleHower Park, wining the contest, 2-1. Alton scored the first run of tlie game in the bottom of the fourth. Jackie Hand reached base on an error, moved to second on an error, was sacrificed to third by Star Travis, and scored on Sandy Grlmaley's second hit of the evening, Bev Conaway held Ballwitt until the fifth when they scored on hits by Gall Ehlen and Linda Barnlcle and a sacrifice fly by Mikey Rayfleld. Gayle Nicolussi then ended the tie iti the first overtime inning with a long borrier to deep center off Miss Conaway, The Lakers meet the Robinson Orphans In the first round of the sate tourney at Decatur Wednesday night at 9:45. ttnllwln, Mo. Alton Lnkcrs Clanp 400 Follls 2 0 Johnston Somers Snp'lon Bhlon Bnrnlcle Rlof Riiyfleld Dunham Nlcoluss Price TOllllB tnnlng: llnllwlii Alton 2 4 3 2 2 2 3 2 2 0 20 0 Uinby n Proomnn OHutid 1 Travis 1 Grlmsloy 0 Onofroy 0 Connway 0 Duko 1 n 12345(1789 00001001 00010000 20 . 1 3 mi E 232 I .1 .1 A batting average Is determined by dividing the total number of hits by the total limes at. bat. Walks, sacrifices, hit by pitcher and interference by the catcher do not count as official at bats. Milton Road Barbershop 1124 MILTON ROAD Next Door to Cnmp Electric Specializing in Flat Top And All Styles of Haircuts Children Welcome BILL WOOTEN, Prop. KLUMP BOAT & MOTOR 1319 Milton Rd. HO 5-6541 Boats & Motors FISHING TACKLE Select (mil, the best names I LEVI'S 20 styles & patterns Including the newest "Dart" & Spikes GREENFIELD'S 309 Belle St. Flyers ?thin Row the Alt-Wood Flyers lost their seventh straight dpritest Sunday, dropping a lame.ro Maryville in the Soulhwesti Met-CHy League, £D. Bob keefe'got the victory for Maryville outhurling Gerald H6J>- kins. Alt-Wood managed only two hits off the quick serves of Keefd, while Mopklhs yielded two earned runs. Alt-Wood meets,Carpenter Sunday. Lou Kamp Wins At Dragway Over 200 cars competed In the big record meet held at the Alton Drngway Sunday. Several of the hottest cars in Illinois, Indiana and Missouri were there. After the roar of the big motors ceased, new records In both Elapsed Time and Miles Per Hour iiad been set. Some ol the best were Lou Kamp in his A-D with a.speed of 154 m.p.h. Ron Poston of Wood River in liis A-FX Plymouth at 109 m.p.h., Paul Fanlscr of White Hall In his C-A.ut 106 m.p.h. Art Kavanaugh o£ Alton in his B-SR with a speed of 112 m.p.h., and Bob Ruby of Alton his E-G Chevrolet with a speed of 110 m.p.h. In the regular race the following boys carried off the money: Top Eliminator — Lou Kamp, St. Louis^ Mo.; Competition Eliminator — Ted Kramer, Maltese, Mo.; Middle Eliminator — G. Tyler, Wood River, 111.; Little Eliminator — R. Jackson, Pacific, Mo. i Junior Eliminator — B. Schmidt, St. Louis, Mo.; Top Slock Eliminator— J. Austin, Decatur, 111.; Junior Stock Eliminator — R. Donaldson, Girard, 111.; Bike Eliminator — K. King, St. Louis, Mo. MIDWEST LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS (Sunday's Humiltu) Decatur 2-3, Dubuque 0-11 Wisconsin Rapids 7-4, Fdx Cities 4-3 Waterloo 11, Cedar Rapids 7 Clinton 5, Quincy 2 Quad Cities 12, Burlington 5 (Saturday's Results) Quad Cities 3, Burlington 2 Clinton 8, Quincy 1 Cedar Rapids 3, Waterloo 2 Dubuque at Decatur, ppd, rain LOOBNOOR AN INVESTMENT THAT PAYS OFF? * DIVIDENDS PAID / CONSECUTIVELY FOR OVER '•i, 75 YEARS McKinley Aims at Title CHICAGO (AP) — Wimbledon hattlplon Chuck McKinley aims ov his second straight National Clay Courts tennis title when the veek-long tournament begins to- tolle of Australia recently to beanie the first American men's Vimbledort singles champion ince 1955. McKinley Is top-seeded in the National Clay Courts and draws im Parker of St. Louis as his Irst-round foe. Following McKinley in the men's eed are National Indoor cham- ioil Dennis Ralston, Marty Riesen, Charles Passarell, Bill Bond, Bill Lenoir, Larry Nagler and Art \slie. Unseeded A BUZHARDT SERVE CHICAGO, July 14.—-Baltimore sec- day's second game of a double header. _*' *<«•• •-• -«-v i t -m *r TV "i—1 ! .1 A Jl _.£« ontl baseman Jerry Adair is carried from the field at Comisky Park on a stretcher after being hit in the mouth by a ball thrown by White Sox pitcher John Buzhardt in third inning of Sun- Doctors at Mercy Hospital said Adair suffered split lips and needed several stitches, but it was not serious. (AP Wirephoto) Buzhardt Under Fire From Billy Hitchcock CHICAGO (AP) Baltimore Manager Billy Hitchcock claims pitcher John Buzhardt "has better control than that" and the Chicago White Sox are claiming "no intent" in the dispute over hit batsmen in Sunday's second game of a doubleheader. Baltimore won the opener 6-3 and the White Sox finally grabbed the nightcap 3-2 on Nellie Fox' two-run single in the ninth inning. But during the second game Hitchcock charged out of the dugout after Buzhardt when Brooks Robinson became the second Oriole hit in the head with a fast ball. In the third inning a Buzhardt fast ball smashed second baseman Jerry Adair on the left side of the mouth, needed 10 Adair left the game, stitches around the lips, and suffered a slight fracture of the cheekbone. When Robinson got hit in the head in the fourth, Hitchcock went after the Chicago hurler but was stopped before he reached the mound. "I was mad when I saw two of my guys get hit in the head," said Hitchcock. "I didn't intend to go all the way to the mound. I stopped myself 15 feet from the mound before anyone stopped me. He's not that wild and I told him so.' (Al Lopez, manager of the Sox) told me he hadn't pitcned for a couple of weeks and had a sore shoulder. Still he's not that wild." Buzhardt left the game after the fifth inning and Lopez said he took him' out because Buzhardt's shoulder was troubling him. Asked if lie took Buzhardt out for a pinch hitter because he this Hue chip does! (and tpiarterly, too!) A deposit at Piasa is an investment-one of the best protected investments you can make, Your money is insured against loss up to $10,000, And Piasa pays big-4.6%. Piasa pays often-every three months. Savings in by the 20th earn from the 1st of the,, month. Your money earns more money-more often at Piasa. Savo by ma/N-P/asa pays the postage, Shouldn't you be enjoying these advantages, too? plasa First Federal, State & Wall Sts,, Alton, III. For ttw snd tem/wwlwrfc dW 465»443|. PIASA FIRST FEDTRAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION tattiMi Iwud ft> IW$9 by fiifMl Siviogi ft IMA IUWWH ftwiplkii and Outdoors with Harold Brand feared that Baltimore pitchers might throw at Buzhardt in retaliation, Lopez said "no." "I wouldn't take him out or anybody else. If they want to throw that's their business but I •ouldn't take a man out for fear omebody might throw at him." Lopez said there was no inten i the part of the Sox to throv t the Baltimore batters. It's a 1-0 game and Adair hai a 1-2 count on him, why shoul ve throw at him?" said Lopez. "I don't think the kid saw th itch otherwise he might hav jotten out of the way. Robinso ad no chance to get out of th vay. But why would we throw a im? There were men on seconi nd third and two outs. If w .'ere afraid he might get a hi ve could walk him. By dirowin, him it could be a wild pitci and the game would be tied." Buzhardt said he couldn't un erstand why Hitchcock chargec after him. "He should know from my rec rd that I never throw at any ne," he said. "Both times I hai o pitch tight and the ball simpl> Busy First Mates The secret how men gain five ar six pounds on a boating-camp- ng vacation and their wives bare- y gain any. weight, if at all, was ixplained by Mrs. Hubert Fielder if Brighton. She and her husband aboard their 18-lt. inboard boat lu-El and Mr. and' Mrs. Bob lurris, Rosewood Heights, aboard heir 16-ft outboard returned last Thursday from a 10-day, 600-mile • o u n d trip voyage to Kentucky jake. '"It was constantly 'get me :his,' get me that „' " Mrs. Fielder said. "Us first mates didn't ;et much time to rest because of waiting upon our lords and skippers. They picked up -poundage taking life easy while we re- nained thin by being kept busy working." The two couples left the Alton Motoroboat Club Harbor Monday July 1, and began to have navl ;ation troubles right away. Fielder said that he never saw so nuch driftwood before, it was strung out for 210 miles dowiv stream to the mouth of the Ohio River. Iltmdy Tree "On our first night out, we Iiad to camp on a sandbar near Chester, 111., to repair a damaged shaft, propeller and strut brae ing on my boat," Fielder said, I had an extra shaft and peller but we had to put the strut In the fork of a tree to get enough leverage to straighten it. After repairs, the shaft and strut worked pretty good," he continued. "But we let Havvis make a path through the driftwood and we followed. We camped the sec, ond night on a sandbar near Cape Glrardeau and on the third night arrived at Birmingham Island tin Kentucky lake where we campet during our stay." The island consisted of abou three or four acres and contained a graveyard, the remaining ves tige ol a town before the laHe was created, and flooded th? area, The men didn't tell their wives abou grave? put Jhey, hem. Boating Visitors For one week the group camp=>d there enjoying life cooking ov- r a campfire, water siding, swimming, playing cards and a little ishi'ng. It rained only one night. They had visitors from home one evening. Mr. and Mrs. V. (Bud) Mcl'lierson, formerly of Rosewood Heights and now of Cape Girardeau, and guests Mr. and Mrs, Robert McLain, and Mr. and Mrs. o -leights, aboard the McPherson cruiser anchored nearby one light. Although the Fielders and' the lams' recommend Birmingham sland, which is near the mouth of Big Bear Creek, as an ideal camping spot, it seems that the sland also has other very friend- y but pesky inhabitants, chiggers. The women said that they were virtually eaten alive by the insects. During the return trip they hac o wait 2% hours for passage hrough a dam on the Ohio Rivei Because numerous tows had prl orlty, Harris" motor struck a submerged object and bent a propel- ,er which he was able to straighten. A fouled spark plug was his only other mechanical difficulties Two- Year Best Both couples made the voyage, two years ago and have decidec to rest for a few more years be [ore trying it again. "The trip was quite a picnic,' Fielder said. "There was a lot o river and I got tired of steering At th.e moment I don't care to make the trip again." Fielder's wife steered the boa about ,20 miles but he was so worried watching where she was going that he didn't get much relief, The two boats made the re turn trip in' two days, They usec better than 70 gallons of gasoline going to Kentucky Lake but didn' keep track of the fuel on the re- day or so later. It didn't bother Even with all that travel b water, the couples returned sev eraj days ^fore their yacatio endj@d, to eirjoy mwe boating o Alton Lake. Candy Spots Victorious While Chateausav Loses ay. McKinley, 22, defeated Fred are Cliff Buchholz ind Tom Edlefsen, members of !ie temporary U.S. Davis Cup quad along with McKinley, Ralton, Riessen, Pasarell and Ashe. tie Davis Cup team, which meets Mexico Aug. 16-18 in Los Angeles, expected to be selected follow- ng the clay courts tournament iy nonplaying Davis Cup captain Bob Kelleher. McKinley won the clay courts Hie last year by defeating Stolle, who is not competing in the tournament this year. CHICAGO (AP) - Tilings have more than simply leveled off in the race for 3-year-old honors involving Red Ellsworth's Candy Spots and Kentucky Derby winner Chateaugay. Candy Spots captured the $110,833 American Derby at Arlington Park Saturday, defeating B. Major by 1% lengths, while Chateaugay, who also finished ahead of Candy Spots in the Belmont, was third in the Dwyer Handicap at Aqueduct. In the battle for the triple crown, however, Candy Spots took the Preakness. Trainer Mesh Tenney said after Candy Spots' victory in the American Derby that "this victory sort of levels things off again in the 3-year-old division and we are looking forward to meeting Chateaugay again, wher- GOLFING NOTES ever it is." Candy Spots, the 2-5 favorite, had only to contend with B. Major. The two fought neck and neck from the three-quarter pole on and Candy Spots pulled ahead «/ midway in the stretch. Candy Spols picked up $65,833 for owner Rex Ellsworth and boosted liis total earnings to $666,360. Chateaugay, owned by .Tohn Galbreath, was the odds-on-favorite in the $85,000 Dwyer but wound Greentree Stable's hit the finish line up third as Outing Class one length in front of Tcnncle for a $12.70 payoff. Chaleaugay was another one-half length back in the 5'4-rnilc race. The Galbreath colt carried 129 pounds and gave seven to Outing Class and 21 to Tenacle. The favorites in two other $100,000 added races of the Saturday program also were beaten. Crimson King Farm's Crimson Satan, the 4-5 favorite in the $162,100 Hollywood Gold Cup, fell back in the final quarter of a mile and finished last in a field of 10 at Hollywood Park. Vicgray Farm's Cadiz, a New Zealand-bred 7- year-old, beat Mrs. Ann Peppers Aldershot by 1% lengths and paic a whopping $50.20. The results of tiie quarterfinals if the Junior City Golf Meet at Rock Spring, sponsored by the lecreation Department, are as ollows: In the championship flight: Simon defeated L. Veltum, 4 and 3; Defrates defeated Campagna, 3 and 2; Veltum defeated Kovic, 2 and 1; Kulp defeated Helmkamp, 2 and 1. In the consolation Championship light: B. VanHatten defeated Kauffold, 2 and 1; Huff defeated Campagna, 3 and 2; Grover de- leated Herzog, 2 and 1; Helmkamp defeated R. VonHatten, 4 and 3. In the A flight: Brian defeated Hine, 2 and 1; Schwartz defeated Van Buren, 2 and 1; Wickenhaus- >r defeated Mittendorf, 3 and 2; and Yaeger defeated Schank, 1 up. In the consolation A flight; Poston defeated Johnson, 3 and 2; and Childers had a bye. In the C flight: MacDonald defeated Martin, 2 and 1; Naugle defeated Kingery, 3 and 2; Youngberg defeated Sutton, 7 and 6. PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Boston (Monbouquette 12-6) at Los Angeles (Lee 4-4) New York (Ford 14-3) at Kansas City (Wickersham 6-7) Cleveland (Donovan 6-5) at Minnesota (Stigman 7-9) Baltimore (Roberts 6-8) at Chicago (Peters 6-5), N. Detroit (Lary 0-2) or (Bunning 6-9) at Washington (Rudolph 4-9 or Osteen 2-6) National League Chicago (Ellsworth 12-6) at St. Louis (Broglio 10-5) Los Angeles (Drysdale 11-10) at Philadelphia (Gulp 10-7), N. San Francisco (Marichal 14-4 and O'Dell 10-5) at Pittsburgh (Gibbon 3-6 and Friend 10-8) twi- night Houston (Johnson 5-11) and (Nottebart 5-4) at New York (Craig 2-14) and (Willey 6-2) twi- night Milwaukee (Lemaster 5-5) Cincinnati (Nuxhall 64), N. To determine the percentage of games won and lost, divide the number of games won by the total games won and lost. BASEBALL HEROES PITCHING—Al Downing, Yan kees, gave up four hits and strucl out 10 in recording his third shut out and fifth victory since being called up from the minors las month, 5-0 over Kansas City. HITTING—Dick Groat, Cardi nals, collected six hits, including two doubles, in eight trips, drov in three runs and scored three ii doubleheader split with Chicag Cubs. St. Louis won opener 10 lost second game 7-3. LEARN $ TO FLY 110 plus gas WALSTON Aircraft & Sales Serv. CL 9-3230 Floyd Looks * Improved -In Training LAS VEGAS, Nev. (APj-Ii rloyd Patterson's mental attitude muroved? . , A reporter put this question" ,f&j Sonny Lislon, possessor of {he- leavywelght crown, "What?" said the scowling ,iston. "Is he crazy or some- hing?" No, no, the reporter explained, e meant the attitude with which Patterson Is approaching their eturn title fight next Monday night. I don't think it matters/' said jiston. "I got the same mental attitude for every fight. I corfle out fighting. To win." Newsmen talked to each fighter —separately—after Sunday's Workouts. Liston had staggered his sparring partner, a light heavyweight from New York named 3111 Johnson. Patterson had mocked out 232 • pound Richie Norden of Stamford, Conn., with left hook to the head. It's no news among the prize- 'ight fraternity, assembling for the title bout at the Las Vegas tonventlon Center, that Patterson has looked better In training. A newsman asked Liston Sunday if he thought Patterson had been working harder, and looking better, than Liston. The champion shouted, "Don't you think he should?" Patterson is a 4-1 underdog, and now weighs 195 to Liston's 215. These are about the weights at which they plan to fight. 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Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process oi collection $ 335,666.95 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed (Net of any reserves) 744,988.85 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions (Net of' any reserves) 318,299.34 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures (including NO securities of Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed by U. S.) (Net of any reserves).. 52,099.40 5. Corporate stocks (including $5350.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) (Net of any reserves) ... 5,350.00 6. Loans and discounts (including $90.85 overdrafts) (Net of any reserves) 1,268,522.94 7. Bank premises owned $14,296.77, furniture and fixtures $30,635.20 44,931.97 S. Real estate owned other than bank premises .... 2,709.21 11. Other assets 169.26 12. TOTAL ASSETS $2,772,737.92 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations $1,429,141.33 14. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 460,863.76 15 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 51,692.63 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 18, Certified and officers' checks, etc. 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS $2,524,092.78 (a) Total demand deposits ....$1,956,526.46 (b) Total time and savings deposits $ 567,566.32 568,473.99 13,921.07 24, TOTAL' LIABILITIES $2,524,092.78 mileage IDURAGEN: safety GUARANTEED FOR LIFElt IS THIS THE 50,000 MILE TIRE? We have driven the amazing new Jet-Air over 60,000 miles on our tart track. We also wore them out at 20,000 miles on cut-cinder road*. You »hould get mileage somewhere between the two. Only the miracle mileage of General's exclusive new Duragen rubber can give you such performance. Duragen rubber makes new ..let-Airs deliver 30% more mileage than they're already famous for and they cost not on» penny txtral Try them and see for yourself. 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